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How to cahnge the rear transmission seal

I changed the rear transmission seal and it is leaking fluid again, is there something else that should of been done as well?

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Check the shaft that goes into the trans and make sure it isn't scored--check the vent on the trans make sure the vent or the hose isn't plug

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